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Jammy, baked fruit with a crispy, buttery topping – without the hassle of making pie dough.
Want to know the most healthful produce to eat? The answer is probably simpler than you anticipated.
Experts get to the bottom of whether tomatoes, eggplants and peppers can be bad for you.
You should know not to store tomatoes in the refrigerator by now, but these other no-nos might come as a surprise.
A few simple psychological tricks can help you load up on more healthy produce.
It takes more than 1,500 gallons of water to make a chocolate bar!
So long, kale and avocado. Food industry analysts predict the next big produce trends.
Imagery has the power to turn a seemingly innocent depiction of fruit into the stereotyping of an entire group of people
Americans are eating less meat and more plant-based foods these days. Here's how it's affecting the environment.
What's the best way to wash a cutting board? Should you toss out sponges that've touched raw poultry? An expert answers.
Do you use the edge of the bowl or crack it flat on the countertop?
Not all meat labeled "grass fed" is from animals that have eaten grass their entire life. Here's how to tell what's real
They're butchers, business owners and innovators, and they're taking names.
We've been told our consumption of meat is destroying the environment. But the real issue is meat production.
You can make this coffee tonic in under five minutes. These coffee experts share their tips on how to do it best.
And what about meatless bacon? We compare the pros and cons.
"This tequila tastes like my ex wants me to text her."
Did your favorite snack food suddenly stop being stocked? There may be a way to get it back.
Foods like cornbread and refried beans often contain bacon fat or meat broth.
Who actually wants to eat a fungus?
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Popeyes has debuted a new fried chicken sandwich. For Chick-fil-A, that means war.
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The district manager said the town of Wareham, Massachusetts, has little to no talent pool to hire from, because "most are recovering addicts, and we cannot hire them.”
The story of a former meal-delivery kit skeptic.
Heirlooms, canned San Marzanos and cherry tomatoes all serve different purposes. So which should you use and when?
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. August's theme is produce.
A little bit of science goes a long way when it comes to grilling delicious meat.
Sick of runny fruit pies that flood your dessert plate? Grab a bottle of juice.
The process of breaking down an animal is hard work. Here's a look at what goes on before you buy your perfectly packaged block of meat.
The Momofuku chef and restaurateur says this outdated section shows a "misunderstood and unintentional bias."
White meat isn't always healthier than red meat. Surprised? Keep reading.
Sure, they're good for the planet, but what about your body? Nutritionists compare plant-based burgers to beef and veggie burgers, and it doesn't look promising.
There isn't much demand for plant-based tuna alternatives, but there should be. Here's why brands like Tuno are trying to make a more desirable product.
Do you season your beef before you form patties? Don't! Read on for more tips.
Here's why your body mists sweat from every crevice when you eat copious amounts of protein.
Aaron Franklin and other meat masters can help turn your backyard into a killer party spot.
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. July's theme is meat.

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